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- Minbar in room
- Shuttle bus service
- Conference facilities
- High-speed internet in room
- Refrigerator in room
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And last but not least there appears on the specials board breast of duck and a glass of red wine for 3 Euros. Incredible, tender succulent duck (pato)
Were we just pigs at a trough? No, this is the Pintxo tradition of the Basque country called tapas in the rest of Spain. Rather than sit at home watching TV with pizza and beer you go to your local bar. Most often you stand and ...
... which used to be a bull ring, as you look around the square you will find numbers painted on each balcony as they rented them as viewing stalls during the bull fighting. The walk also included St Mary’s basilica which was built during the second half of the 18th century, this is the third church of the parish of St Mary built on this site. The first one was built about the middle of the 12th century and the second about the ...
Very stylish building, & according to 'the one who knows everything' it's 3 mm thick but made from Titanium. As it's not full on tourist season Monday's are shut...frustrating but building impressive enough, & of course all quite peaceful.
Funny thing happened on the ship yesterday...listened to a talk on all the whales & seabirds we might see (not one did we spot,) whilst sipping G & T. Queued to ...
... sites to target (so we don't spend our lives here running from place to place,.. and getting nowhere). San Sebastián was 'earmarked' for a drive through, while Bilbao, the major town in the Basque region, was tagged for a longer visit. We were really impressed with San Sebastián. The architecture was very impressive and the city has a real 'old money' feel. Navigating the Motorhome through the narrow streets of central San Sebastián was no mean feat!,.. but ...
Oh hello my little amigos. After a veerryy long hiatus, during which I spent the last half of my year abroad in Madrid, then went back to uni for peaceful final year, then spent five months bumming around Colombia....blahblahblah you all know this already...I'm finally back to blogging. Even though my traveling days are over. Ah well.
Anyway, I was planning on setting up one of those impressively techno blog websites (Wordpress? Weebly?) to share all my daily rants, ...